What do I need to know before I get fat injections in the buttocks? Is there a better or safer way to get a bigger butt?
Fat Injections in the Buttocks
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Brazilian Butt Lift
Optimal success depends on:
(1) THe amount of fat harvested through liposuction. (2) The liposculpting of the lower back (3) The amount of fat transferred. (4) The method of fat harvest, processing and final transfer. The latter is obviously dependent on your chosen plastic surgeon. Thus choose one who has does this procedure routinely and has many before and after photos. For more information, visit the link below.
Fat Injectins in the Buttocks
Fat grafting to the buttocks in Los Angeles
Fat grafting to the buttocks is well established and methods of fat harvesting and transfer vary between surgeons. Our experience has been quite positive and uplifting for patients. Raffy Karamanoukian Los Angeles
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Buttock Fat Injections - What Do I Need to Know?
Make sure your surgeon has enough experience to make you comfortable with proceeding. Check web sites for before and after photos to get a good idea of what kind of results are possible. When seeing the surgeon make sure you feel like he understands your concerns and feels you are a good candidate. Get more than one consultation. In many patients, sculpting of the lower back or the outer thighs can further accentuate the buttock contour and improve the final results. Ask if these are good options for you. Best of luck Dr Harrell
Brazilian lift, Brazilian Butt
Most important thing is to have adequate fat reserve for good volume enhancement. Some amount of fat gets absorbed in the initial period of time so I inform patients that they may need more then one sitting to get adequate projection.
Fat transfer to the buttocks : Brazilian Butt Lift
I think a careful analysis of buttock shape and pelvic structure is important to obtaining a good result. There is some excellent literature on this topic that has been recently published by Dr. Mendieta in Miami. Secondly, a efficient and atraumatic fat harvesting technique is important. Cytori is working on a couple of devices to expedite this process- most of us doing large volume fat grafting have developed our own systems and are always looking at ways to refine our technique. Lastly, good injection technique is critical- this can only be learned by doing these procedures- so seek out a board certified plastic surgeon with fat grafting experience !
Brazilian butt lift is fat injections.
In my opinion, well performed fat injections deep in the buttocks is the best and safest way to get a bigger butt. Stay away from implants.
Several things to understand on buttock enhancement
There are several things you must understand for achieving buttock enhancement.
Liposuction of the flanks, illac crest, and posterior thighs enhance the buttocks and the body shape. Adding volume the to the buttock will take the enhancement to the next levet. There are several ways to enhance buttocks:
1. fat transfer
2. butt implants
3: dermis fat graft
Brazilian Butt Lift
Fat injections to the buttocks requires a great deal of Fat transfer. I try to harvest at least 500cc of fat ( 250cc for each side). This is performed using a syringe extraction technique and is much more time consuming and labor intensive than traditional Liposuction.
Buttock implants are subject to a 25% complication rate ( infection, extrusion) and I prefer fat transfer. At least you can have liposuction of the back, and thighs so that the buttocks can be accentuated. If 50% of the Fat transferred takes it is your own tissue. Quite often I recommend a second procedure to get the maximum effect.
Brazilian Butt Lift
This is probably the safest way to obtain a fuller rounder gluteal area. What you need to do is to see a board certified plastic surgeon and discuss if this is even an option for you. You need to have a good amount of liposuction performed, after which the fat is then injected into the gluteal area. Therefore you need to have a fair amount of fat to be injected.
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